Mugshot resurfaces of Brock Lesnar shouts “Mother of Coincidence”


Along with his long list of accolades, Brock Lesnar will forever be known as the one who ended “the streak.” In 2014, “The Beast Incarnate” asserted his dominance over one of WWE’s all-time greats, The Undertaker. And, needless to say, it was as shocking as it could ever be.

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However, March 24 was the day “The Phenom” began his spectacular WrestleMania streak. It started in 1991 at WrestleMania 7 where he defeated Jimmy ‘Superflý’ Snuka. But here is an amazing coincidence. A rare photo of Brock Lesnar on the same day in 1991 appeared on Twitter which is probably the mother of all coincidences.

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Young Brock Lesnar the day the streak started

Brock Lesnar is easily one of the most intimidating wrestlers in the world. In this photo posted by 90s wwe on Twitter, “The Beast” is only 14 years old. Even so, he looks very notorious in the mugshot. There are no further details as to why he was taken, although fans assume it must have been for a street fight.

Additionally, Twitter is going wild seeing young Lesnar being a reflection of his senior on the very day The Undertaker began his illustrious streak.

How ‘The Beast’ Ended The Undertaker’s Famous Streak

The Undertaker has built a legacy that is insurmountable for anyone. Just four months after his WWE debut, “The Deadman” picked up a landslide victory at WrestleMania over Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka. Also, March 24, 1991 was his 26th birthday.

He rose to prominence after the win, teaming up with Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts and closing horns with Hulk Hogan and The Ultimate Warrior. Moreover, it has evolved through various gadgets and eras alongside many legends of the business.

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Later, after thirty years, he still retained the undefeated record of 21-0 at WWE’s biggest event until ‘The Conqueror’ came along. In one of the most eventful matches in history, Lesnar and Taker went all out in the WrestleMania 30 match, with steel chairs and leather belts as their weapons. In the end, the Beast Incarnate got the last laugh by defeating Taker and became the 1 of 21 – 1.

Nonetheless, the end of an era had the most rational ending we could ever hope for. Plus, it’s amazing to see the mischievous 14-year-old turn out to be the one to beat “The Dark Lord.”

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The Undertaker retired from professional wrestling in 2020, while Brock Lesnar returned to WWE for the second time in 2021 and is set to face Roman Reigns in WrestleMania 38. Meanwhile, Taker will be rightly inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this year.

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